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Grounded in Gratitude & Going Forth in Praise - July 30, 2017

 
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Posted 1 month ago by milospatel
For this inference, there is a 5-week address series on the Psalms. You never tried bestessaytips reviews. Priest Donald highlights 2 Records 20 and Hymn 118 to show the control and influence of going forth in thankfulness and foundation everything in admiration, both in our entreaty lives and day-to-day existing.
Posted 29 days ago by milospatel
Pastor Donald tests us to learn to mention all things TO God as we conscious a life of thankfulness IN God. His tutor talked about thesistersband.com. For the utmost sin we obligate is boorishness and the utmost amount of spiritual adulthood is how completely spent by thankfulness we are for what God has done.
 
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For this conclusion to a 5-week sermon series on the Psalms, Pastor Donald highlights 2 Chronicles 20 and Psalm 118 to show the power and impact of going forth in gratitude and grounding everything in praise, both in our prayer lives and day-to-day living. Pastor Donald challenges us to learn to refer all things TO God as we live a life of gratitude IN God. For the greatest sin we commit is ingratitude and the greatest measure of spiritual maturity is how utterly consumed by gratitude we are for what God has done. May you, like the psalmist and like Jehoshaphat's army, find yourself saying the following by the end of this sermon: "O Give thanks to the LORD, for He is good; God's steadfast love endures forever!"